This is the time of year that we all naturally start thinking about all things fall, including pumpkins, pictures of our kids with pumpkins, all the amazing things we can DO with pumpkins (in the kitchen, around the house, etc). Except that here in Dallas, it’s still getting up to 90+ degrees. WHAT THE HECK???
Today was supposed to be spent snapping pictures of the Reedelts and enjoying a picnic lunch with my best girlfriend (their beloved Aunt Angie) at Autumn at the Arboretum except that the idea of wrangling a hot & grumpy 2 & 4 year old held no appeal. So we postponed. Instead, I got a little nostalgic and dug up a photo from Logan’s 1st pumpkin pictures waaaaaay back in 2010. (Image Copyright Angie Key, Keyframe Photography)
We’ll reschedule our shoot for a more day more conducive to actually having fun, and in the meantime, I was thinking of a few other places that would be good stops for those adorable fall photos and/or just some fabulous fall fun.
McKinney – Pumpkinville at Tucker Hill
(I think they have a professional photographer there so they might not appreciate others taking “professional” shots. It can’t hurt to ask, right?)
Fort Worth – Boo at the Zoo
(probably more fun than photos, but who knows?)
Because I’m pretty sure I’m addicted, I have to throw out this out there, too – if you want to play with me on Pinterest, check out my Fall-Thanksgiving board. Or any of my other 75 boards. (Yes, I know I have a problem and that’s the first step, right?)
And if you’re talking about fall fun in North Texas and tons of great photo ops, the State Fair of Texas starts Friday, September 28th (tomorrow!). For more information, check out http://www.bigtex.com/sft/. Want to know about all the cool deals to save some bucks at the Fair? Thanks to my favorite consumer reporter, Steve Noviello, for compiling this sweet list – http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/19631053/steve-noviellos-2012-state-fair-discounts.
How’s that for a disclaimer???